Pousada Mandala

Address: Rua Manuel de Carvalho, 223, Buzios, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on Rua Manuel de Carvalho, 223, Buzios, is near Rua das Pedras, Geriba Beach, Praia Jao Fernandez, and Armacao dos Buzios.
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    Travel Blogs from Buzios

    Day 7: Beaches, Buses, Buzios

    A travel blog entry by pippagrace on Jul 21, 2013

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    ... painted houses, yellow VW Beetles or campervans, (they are everywhere!) or the red chalk tracks and green fields, just this small section of Brazil explodes with vibrancy.

    As dusk sets in we arrive in Buzios, locate our Pousada, Pontal de Ferradura, and encounter the most overly excitable and exclamatory character we had yet met in Brazil, and much entertainment ensured following his nil knowledge of English, ...

    Fawlty Towers goes down under..

    A travel blog entry by evs1210 on Feb 19, 2010

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    ... Robīs promises. To be fair he had been running round like a headless chicken all day chasing the the guy who was meant to be delivering the water and looked pretty stressed. After a nice evening chilling with some of the guests and hearing about some of Robīs different hosting skills and the various interesting characters who seemed to be full time residents there but not actually working, the water was finally delivered around 2300 ...

    New plans-go to Buzios, Inadvertently buy cocaine

    A travel blog entry by merkdog4 on Nov 30, 2007

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    ... to remember something that I couldnīt remember and even now I donīt remember what it was I was even try to remember. I started thinking how weird and insignificant some of the things you remember in your life are. Like, I remember my bike in Quincy which had a banana seat and a big slick front tire. I remember getting in trouble in kindergarten and having to move off of the carpet a bit so the teacher would remember that I needed to be punished. ...

    Music in Lapa

    A travel blog entry by will.traveller on Feb 19, 2007

    ... music, follow it to a local party. After a nice pizza, I head to the main plaza where bands have started to play. The music is all over, from reggae to African to Brazilian POP. Good crowd, fun music ... Caparinhas for $2. I leave at 1 AM while many are still ...

    Faves of Brazil

    A travel blog entry by riogirls on Nov 15, 2006

    ... hop (or "ippie oppie") haha, reggae (or heggae) and like everything else you could ever imagine.........life here is extremely sensual so the music & dancing is really a reflection of that...lots of african influence & lots of whistling/jumping/shouting/touching. we had the pleasure of listening to samba at copa today as we were by one of the food huts & a group of people who sat down took out ...